Lewis Hamilton sells his New York penthouse for £37m with indoor pool and three floors without even moving in

LEWIS HAMILTON has sold his incredible £37million New York penthouse before even moving in.

The seven-time Formula 1 world champion, 36, has sold his triplex penthouse in Tribeca – a building which has previously homed the likes of The Weeknd, Justin Timberlake, Harry Styles, Jake Gyllenhaal, and Rebel Wilson.





Hamilton, who also has an £18MILLION London mansion and a Monte Carlo retreat, owns another penthouse in New York situated in the same building as NFL star Tom Brady.

But the one he is selling is absolutely stunning as it takes up three floors – including a glass-walled terrace.

It covers 8,900 square feet and features five bedrooms, six bathrooms and two powder rooms.

The penthouse is also littered with an assortment of amazing additions.

These included a private outdoor plunge pool, a library den with a gas fireplace and a chef's kitchen.

There is also a private internal lift to help you navigate the huge complex.

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Hamilton has never even moved into the rooftop placeCredit: refer to caption
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The winding staircase takes you through the three floorsCredit: refer to caption
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The building where the penthouse is situated has seen some A-list celebrities stay thereCredit: refer to caption

The place was originally on the market for £42.98m but eventually sold for £37m with the buyer hiding their identity in a Seattle shell company.

He is said to have made around £4.22m profit on the property.

Hamilton is currently focused on trying to win a fifth straight F1 drivers' championship as he prepares for the final race of the season.

Incredibly, the Brit is LEVEL on points with title rival Max Verstappen heading into a winner-takes-all finale in Abu Dhabi.

The title looked to be slipping away from Hamilton earlier in the season as Mercedes failed to live with Red Bull's blistering pace.

But the defending champion has clawed his way back into it with three back-to-back victories in Brazil, Qatar and Saudi Arabia.

He is now the odds-on favourite to claim a record-breaking eighth championship.

If he is to win the title this Sunday in the Middle East, Hamilton will move clear of seven-time champion Michael Schumacher.

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The Stevenage-born racer first became world champion in 2008 while driving for McLaren.

He then won another two championships in 2014 and 2015 before Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg pipped him to the 2016 crown.

But since then Hamilton has clinched the last four titles and is gunning for a fifth successive triumph this Sunday.

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